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not'oes included indobLai'os. of 11.1(
Mr. W. L. Mitherv is st'll wi,i t:.
Journal and 'u oltrgo o' tr L r
and will be plcastcd toa 1--ivo oil who i:av
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him at T:- Journal oflic3, in the Ana tc
ny brick building, tt the .ta. of V. 'I
MoFall's store artl a' aaogo sun'3t indobt
ednors at once. A pro'np>t compFal'c
will groatly facilitai us in pi:' aifg an
koopiug our busiaos in propcr shape,
T. J. MAULDIN,
Pub. Tho Jou'ual.
Local and Personal.
-A. R. Craig from the Keowet
was in Pickons Tuesday.
-The pretty fall seasons a.r
over and nearly evory day brings
showors of rain.
-Just received a car load of fine
Tennessee mules. Are for salo at
J. Frank Crane.
-Dr. J. L. Bolt made a business
trip to Anderson last Saturday re
turning home Monday.
-0. E. Robinson left Tuesday
for Columbv% where ho will be on.
gaged several days on a legislative
-Mrs. L. C. Thornley returned
last Wodnesday from Gainesville,
Florida, where she has boon with
Mrs. J. F. Boggs.
-Mr. 1H. C. Hagood and Miss
Viola Runion were mantrrio:l Ii. the
residonce of Mr. W. M. 11agood,
Easloy, S. C., Thursday evening
Nov. 27th, Rev. J. C. Shivo oflicia
-Married on Sunday mo-ning
the 23rd of Nove.nber 1902 at the
home of the hr;tle's gra,d pu,ottts,
Mr. N. M. Maddou, Mr. W. Paul
Arnold, of Picke.'s co(utty to -Miss
Cora 1. Maduen, of A&dorson
county, S. C. W. C. Seaborn oflic
LOST-Between Pickcna, C. H.
and Liberty, a pocke'>ook conla:n
lug twenty-two dollais P11 in U7thi,
On Monday I)cc 1st. hFinder
please biing to Chapman & Calla
ham's storo at Liberty or leave at
the Journal ollico and he will be ro
J. T. CARSON.
-Married Nov. 30, 1902 at the
residence of the officiating N. P.,
Mr. Tyler Bearden to Miss Lillio
Clark, all of Pickens county. M.
F. Hester in his usual mannor
performeud the ceremony. After
the marriage the brido and groom
went to the home of the groom
where a nice repast wvas awaiting
Card of Thanks.
We wish to extend our sinlcere
thanks to the Rimd relatives and
frienids for their kindness during
the affliction of our dear little J.
Db., and also thank the attending
physician, Dr. Webb. May God
bless them all.
Mr. and Mrts. M., 0. Looper.
Mr. Robin S. Snmith.
Mtr. Robin S. Smith, at the ripe
old age of 84, dropped dead in the
yard of his son, 0. S. Smith on the
morning of the 26th inst.
Uncle Robin was a man loved by
all who knew him.
He served his county in the
perils of wvar, and in his old age
'he was one of the most devoted
mnembers of Pleasant H-ill Baptist
Church where he wvas laid to rest,
on the day followving his death.
He leaves seven children tc
tuourn his death who have th(
sympathy of the colmmunity in)
Bly a slip of the pen last weeli
we married the wrong man . Roy
HI. C. Haddock married ,Mr. Ar.
thur B3ogge and Miss Essie Ganti
instead of Walter H. Bogge. Wi
regret the slip of our pent.
Delayed winter came rolinj
along Nov. 28th and laid vogeta
tion low and nowv we find ourselve
shivering around in genuine win
Thanksgiving was a quiet da
from a business staml-point. Al
the stores were closed and the met
ch'ants went hunting, ai.d ther
Was some tur-koy talk around bu
niot loud enough to give any specia
alarm. The young folks had somn
kind of a turkcey racket at 8. D'
stewart's at night.
You must not conclude that Lib:
orty h)as come to a stand bocaus
you are out of hearing of the rm'
of the saw and- hammuer, for th
lumber and shingle wagons ar
daily rolling in and houses bein
htilt, etc. and it is more 'factor
Children's Day was observed r
the reby ter:an chui'ch Sundai
Mtad aif address by Air. J. J. M<
hwain, a lawyer .from Greenvillj
Crowd smali, roin hard1
T.! 1. Elliott, of A tlanta, was I
I. 8 A, Aorg f-1
- ~ M U
The Mi:sos M1illor, of Pendleton,
pnta few hours here Tu'iesday
Mr. and Mrs. Spann Duckworth,
of North Carolina were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Aikon last
S Mis Lila Folger is teaching near
1 here at Mlt. Tabor.
O Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Woodside, of
.s Pelzer, were in town this week, e
e Capt. and Mrs. I. M. Mauldin el
spont Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. a
L. Rossi Eaton. r'
Mr. Joln1 Werner has been ill
for several days.
Henry T. Long, of Atlanta, was oc
here Saturday. (
Miss Nettie Rochester loft yes- tl
torday for Gastonia, where she a1
goos to visit her sister, Mrs. J. P. *
Col. D. K, Norris and daughter t
Miss Lillian, passed through Cin- l
tral Tlursday, on their way to di
their home near Pendleton-.
Mr. R . Pendleton Gaines who re
has been seriously ill for several
mouths is much better. l:
Dr. Chatham, of Andersotn, who n<
has been staying at the '"Central H
Hotel" for several weeks has r
tarned home. to
J. H. Payne, a prominent citizen At
of Calhoun, died in the State Ios- (
p!tal in Columbia on the 24th inst ,J
and was buried here Wednesday T<c
Walter W. Davis in response to R.
a message from Pendleton on the l
28th arrestad Harrison Graydon, in
colored, charged with burglarizirg
the residence of Mr. Edward Terry. 10i
He was committed to Anderson thlc
Reuben S. Smith, a native of
Greenville county, but for over a
half a century a resident of Pick.
ens county dropped dead in tl,o Cl
yard of nis son Oliver Smith, nclr un
he-'e on the 26th. ile was in his ""
e&ghtieth year. The remains were "
Iaterrod at Pleasunt Grove Baptist "
Church of which ho was a faithful ti
member and deacon for many M,
Mrs. F. B. Morgan returned from o
Atlanta last Monday, where bho
has been for a month under 1troat
mont by a Woman specialist. to
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. )aniol, of
Chau.dler, S. C., Prof. D. W . Dan - m:
iel, of Clemson College and 1'ro'. lx
and Mrs. J. O. Daniel, of Easley,st
spent Thursday here as guests of yo
Mrs. W. R. Wyatt. sil
The Graded School is flour'isling '11,
under management of Prof. D)om- il
inick assisted by Mrs. Dominick. to
A IIorso Swappers Convention r
will be held hero Daccmber, 10, 11 dl
and 12. Lot everybody come.
v. E. M.
Monday for health,
Tuesday for wealth' ti
Wednesday the beat day of all,
Thursday for losss
Friday for Crosses, a
Saturday no luck at all,
Sunday the day that is blest t
with Heavealy peace end rest. i
"Thursday" with us was the an
beet day of all, also with a num
ber ot others: Turkey, Cranberry
sauce, salads, cakes and other
niceities found their way to the
human cave of wondrous archit.ec
Lure to lend its forces in giving
thanks to Him who first gave
Miss Nellie Harris, Ithbe accom
plished daughter of Mr. Oscar Hiar. sh
ris gave the children of Oalhoun
School a Trhankegiving party which
was hugely enjoyed by all.
The writeir, Major Martin and
Prof. John Hook, Jr., took a sic
Trhanksgiving lbird hunt horse back let
up 'Twelve Mile river with poor pa
success despite we all three just og
kept looking for success in the .r
cold wind. wc
Mr. J. H. Payne died last Son, su
day the 23r d at Columbia, S. C. ""
of acute mania and -demia of the m
lungs, age 47 years. He wais bur- ot
iod at Mt. Zion che.roh, of which rh
he was a member, Nov. 25th. Mr. 80
Payne leaves a wife and tw o wr
Mevrely J.E.Lwilittle girl was en
severly brnedlastFrito.y atr
noon while her mother |was away
The Benediet-Love Lumber Co., P1
of Calhoun, nowv have their so w W
mill plantl complete. Boilers, 125
horse power, five dry kilns built
on the Singer Sowing Maehine Co.
Slumber drying plan, Mill capaci
ty thirty thousand feet per (lay.
How is this for a Pickees county
t'Thanksgiving over in Calhoun
we extend the right band c f feollow
ship toward Santa, we are with
best wvies Iuc
r ickens Assoool,ton.
g On Saturda.v, the 22(d of November
o delegates from several ohurches miet at
e the Pickena B3aptist church for the
p urposo of organizing a new aasocis
After devotional exercises ponduoct.
edl by R1ev. A, J. Manly, Rev. J. M. 2c
Stewart was elected templorary mod0(1 (1
orator and 0. 'El. Robinson clerkc: S
Delegates were enr'olled from foura
c hurcheq which constituted the now $
organismtIon as follows:t
Mountan Grove--Roy. A. 3, Manly,'
P. M. Lusk, II. T. Lewis, Jesse 3. k
L4owls and .1. P. Townee.
Peter's Cree0k --Reov. a). E. FPoster,
J. 8. Wsillian~Ts T. #n bes, J. 14.
On notiun of RIev. B. E. G randy it
v aH decided to organizO it ne(w aiso.
intion v.il.h tho aibove named aturch
s, and on uLtiot, of Her. J. E. Fos
or the tenpo;ary orgalt)awtion was
On motion the moderator appoint.
1i Bov. J. E. Foler, Ma.ttiow Hen
ricks and C. E. Robinson to draft
n(d submit a constitution, b Iaws,
1le and a declaration of faith and
rinciples. The Connitteo b11)1mit
d the same which was adopted.
On motion the moderator appoint.
1 Rlev. J. E. Foster, Rev. B. E.
randy, 11ev. A. J. Manly and Mat
iew hendricks at committee on time
id place of next. meeting and per.
ens to perform tho services. This
Immittoo reported that the next-aes
on of the asFso:iation be hl(Id with
e Oolenov church Th'lursdhly befor"o
o third Sund tv in Nov. t903, intro
ictory sermon by lRev. J. M. Stew
t, alternate Rov. J. E. Foster. The
port was adopted.
Tho moderator then announced
e following colmmittee to report
Ax yea: State of Religion, Matthew
endrickls; Education, lev. A. J.
anly; Home 11Iissions, J. E. Single.
n; State Missions, Rev. J. E. Fos
; Foreign Mi'sions, Jesse J. Lewis:
sociation Missions, Hev. B. E.
:andy; Aged Ministers, W. B.
nes; Orphanage, T. T. 1oglges;
mperance, Dr. J. L. Bolt; Ohitua
a', W. J. Gillespie; Sunday Schools,
T. Ilumh('s; Execntivo Committee,
v. B. E. Grandy, M. H'jndrieks,
d1 T. T. Hughe(* .
T'h business being finished "How
m a Foundation" was sung and
FREEI TO THE BABIES.
rhe Eastern Manufacturing Co., of'
icago, will present to every baby,
der one year u: age, in this county, one
id silver baby spoon with the baby's
'en iname engraved on same. You do
t have to pay one cent nor buy any
ng to get thi.-: lpoon. The Eastern
tnufacturi .; Co. are large manufac
ers and yobbers of jewelry and
verware, andt. have taken this method
advertisinc; their goo,l:.. Instead of
ending th.u:,andn of i:ollars for
r ivc it .v d irect t( cout:Imers.
'he un... .:,;i'. irm 1 has been
de d(, . . Lit 1ing a;;ent for this
ality. D. your baby to their
re :nd. ,;iv i name and age and
La Will r.:ceive one of these beautiful
'er spoons all engraved free of cost.
tis is not a cheap article, but solid
ver of elegant design. Don't fail
look over the elegant line of The
.stern Manufacturing Co.'s goods on
Mrs.. K. L. Cureton.
To th Pubic.
Seeing the need o an orga1nida
n of cheap insuranco in this
Linty we herewith take picasuro
reconmmending to the people
a whole, "The County Mutual
nloft Association of America"
be the best thing in the way of
muranco we have yet como across
d it is mnanage~d by home poople.
E. Foster Keith,
J. B. Newbery,
A. J. Boggs,
J. ME. Stewart,
N. A, Christopher.
E1. Foster Keith, President.
3, B. Newbery, Sec'y and Treas.
[ want ant agent in eJachi towvn
ip. Call oan me at Pickens.
J. W, REED)ER,
A YOl'NV L AIDY' LIFE SAVED).
D)r. Chas. II. Utter, a prominent plhy
ian, of Pallnma, Colombia, in a recont
ter states: "Last March I had as a
Lient a young lady aixteon years of
3, who1 had a very bad attack of dyson
y. Everything I preCscribod for bor
>ved ineffe'ctual and she was growmng
rae ('very hour. Hecr parents were
ro she would die. She had become so
akt that she could not turn over in
I. What to do att this critical me
eat was a study for me, but I thought
Clam iberla in's Colio Cholera and D)ia
Dea Remedy and a a last resort pro
ibed it Tlie most woadorfui result
s~ effected. Within eight hours sh6
.8 feeling much better; insido of three
ys she wvas upon her feet and1( at the
d1 of one week was entirely well.
For sale by Dr, (1. WV. Earie.
The be;t phIysic-.Chamborlain's atom
h anad Liver Tntblots. Easey to tako
enaut in effet. Fotrulo by Dr. 0
The famous little pills.
State of South Carolina.
wvitE NA in; htforatio)n has been received at
, Deatmn that ant attr)ciousi murder wsi
maitteiltat the Contny of l'ickens, on thto tat
iv of Noveotnher 1002, tapont tho body of Nero
allumnlby party unaknaown and that said party
konhas fled from j s 'tice,
Now, Tiil REFoRIkI M. 1.McSwoeney,
lyternor of theo State o? .9uth CJarolinta, 1ff or
er that justice may be done anad the majesty of
a law vindicated, (10 hereby offer a reward of
nio llundered Dlollars for the apprehension anad
lvery and contviction of maid party un.
TN'iESTI 10NY WIIEREOF', 1 ne herouanto
set any hand and eauased the
Grea6 Heal of the State to be af.
(hEAt.11 fixed,at Uotumbta.thIs 18th day of
- mb0r A., ..19,.and ina 'the
J. 1,. folt, M. 1). . B.
,WO invit you to inslpect c
tract s. We qloto a few of our
Pu I vorzl black and rod p
Pulverized Cinnamon, A.LIE
Pulvorized Mace and Turim
Alum, Borax, and Saltpete
Copperas and 3luostono,
Spoeial attention given to i
2Lc to $7.50. Don't fail to seo
We are the (
Store in the
So there is no uSe going any
1'ino, First-class goods and low
It is Worth
Jnst to have a
We Are the G1
Wo ar. agonto for the WVorl
BEAM CHILLEID PLOWS.
Has new goods stacke
'More Values, Mor
Note the following pri,
take advantage. I spent tii
Yorkl for bargains, and I nc
Something everybody need
cents. Butter ilcocod and much
foro at that price. Drills at 5c,
15, 25 and 410 cents, Boautiful
See my dress goods.
Quality the BES1
It is too hot to talk blanket
when you want them I can sup:
over bought such goods. My re
shoes is too well known to Picke
ing them. Hosiery and underu
able I have ever offered. Come
I have said.
Notice of Final Settlement.
I will apply to J1. 1B. Newbery, I
h)ate Judge for Piokonsq county on
8rd day of Januairy 1903 for a final i
tloment of the estate of R. 0. Hint
deceased and ask to be dlinissod as
J1. A. Hlinton,
Notice lo Decbto's and Creditors
Persons having claims against the
tate of WV. E. Alexandor are requesttet
present the amo properly attested to
undersigned for palymeont by the 1st
of January next. Those indebted
said estate must make payment to
B. F. Alexander, Administrato
Nov. 20. 1)02 30.
Notice to Debtors and Credito
Perso,is having claims against the
tite of Recso Bowon, deceased aro
quested to present the same properly
tested to the undersigned for paynr
by the first day of December, 1902:
those indebted to said estate must n
N6t3 R, A . Bowen, Adm:
In pursuane of an order mode by
Hon. R. C. Watts, presiding Judge
the 22nd day of Oct. A. D. 1902, aill
sons having olaimns against the estate
Catherine Cannon, deceased, must
said claims with moc properly proven
or by the 12th clay of December, A.
1902 or be foiever barred.
A. J. BOGGS, [sE
Dogwood, Persimmon and Hi
ory Trimbeor delivored at your R
Station. For this timber Iwe
pay spot cash in car load lots o:
oords. For prices, specificati<
etc. apply to me g W. 0. Fr,
who is buying ths timber for
in your community.
D). R. STINSON,
Spartanburg, S, C
A Cure For~ Cholera fntum. -~
"Last May." says Mrs. Curtis Ba
of B3ookwalte~r. Ohio, "an infant ohil
our neighbor's was anftIering from d
era infantum. Th'lo doctor had givem
all hopes of reovery. I took a br
of lhamnborlain's ecolic, cholera and I
rhoen remedy to the house, telling t1
I felt sure It wonld do good If used
cording to direOtions, In two dlays I
the child had fully recoveted, att
now (nearly' a .year since) a Vigo
Webb, M. D. J. N. Hallum, Ph
s Drug Co.
ur line of Spices and Flavoring
oppor, sage and ginger, 2 oz for 5c.
pice and Cloves, - - 5c an ouncc
rrio. lOc an ouno
-- - 20c a lpount)
--- -- 10o a pount
itting Spoctacles at prices ranging fr
us for nice Christmas presents.
County. . .. .
where else for your hardware. F
prices wo aro far ahead of the wh
1 Trip to Easley
look around our store.
is Celebratod SYRACUSE ST'El
ey, S. C.
d everywhere in his store.
e Satisfaction, MORE
rth than ever.
:es and come to his store :i
ne and money searching No
'v have them to offer you.
t-Canton Flannels, at 5, 8, 10 and 1
heavier goods than I over had 1.
standard goods, Reth Flannels,
[Elannellets, the0 10e quality for 8A et
-Prices the LOWEST.
a and ladios capes and cloaks, 1b
ly your wants for tho least money y
putation for good shoos and c.he
ne people to toko up1 spatce in advert
ear stock the largest and most roast
and see me and mako me prove wlF
GREENVILLEj, M. (
r- TREAT YOUR KIDNEYS FOR
et. When you are suffering from rhei
an, tism, the kidneys must bo tendled to
ad- onIce 60 that they wvill eliminato the t
acid from the blood. Foley's Kidi
Oure is the most effectivo remedy
this purpose. B. T. Hopkins of .Pc
WVi., satys. "Aftt r unsucclOessfully d
tormng three years of rheoumatismi u
Sthe best doctors, I tried Foley's Kid,
t' (lure and it cured mie. I cannot api
otoo hihlf this great medicinie." 13
th &Webb I)ickens & Chapman & ClIlal
STATE OF SOTHI CAROLINA, (
County of Pickensa.
r's. ByJ. B. Newbory Enrinire Prob
Os- Whereas, Iao HIalluma made
re- to me to grant him Lotters of Adminisl
at- tieon of the Estate of and effoots of N
tud Those are thereforo to cite and adm
ake ishi all and singular the kindred
credito's of tho said Nero Hlallum deci
. ed, that they be and appear beforo1
In the Court of Probate, to be held
Piekens Court House, S. 0, on the
.day of Nov. 1902, after publicat ion h<
the of, at 11 o'olock in the forsi oon, to al
on cause if any they have, why the said
per- ministration should not bo granted.
of Given under my hand and seal,t
file 7 day of Sop. 1902, in the 127 y
on of our Independence.
D., J. U. NEWBE~RY.
e* Chamberlaiu's colie, oholera and D
rhoea Itemedlay has a wvorild wide rop i
tion for its cures. ft never fails andt
b>easant and safe to lake. For aalu
R, NO I?ALSE (LtAtalS,
W'ill The propAetors of LFobe> I noney
10 Tar do not adver:Iso thia nes a suroeo
efor consumption." They do not oh,
k it will cure this droa,l complaint in
vanced 05806, bunt do positively s
mel that it will ours in the earlior sta
and never falls to give comi
and relief In the worst easR.s, Fok
*Honey and Tar ini without doubtl
greatost throat and long rerfndy,
fe substitutesg. Bolt and Webb It,
ena Ohapman and nalahan tLiboriy,
ttle I will sell to the highest bid
)iar for eash at the residende of A.
ter Young in Anderson county, .5.
I' Tuiesday Nov, 25th at 10 o'cl
a a, m. the fo4owing property:
dea arn n lo 1 ue14g
- lf you wanlt 1heap) shoddy1 g;oods . lo
. for you wont 1ind1 I ht'm. W\'( ha"ve botlht
goods t at I(4that our uneR of w;lnter "lot' I
(loods ote, is oneo of tho lat;rgt't, trost comn
to Pickons. T1hcse ttrt' p,lail fto-L:. we( :re
look throut;lgh otur sIt''.
Clothing ! Go h
Wo c'an't begin to fell yon th t.l ti
Suits for mon, Stouts, Slimts, t ( I i;;lar id
louths Suits I2: to 1): raniging in priec frt
is to 16's froi 50e to .O).
We are SOLl A(iiNTS for U"
Horse Shoe Braid
men's Finme Clethinr
Mrs. Jane H-opkiansi
i\AK1E OF C1L) ' l I N(
For Children and Youths.
With Double Seat uit(i er'. T'ht'
sllitH ure at wond e'r, worth Ihr(" tin (".
' the money attkc(d for themv ll. I f you hlavv
at crowd of boy to fit utp Itriig Ilt III
W e tive ( )Verout t for i- d, - -
to 70, ill ('(1lors, stylt' s, mtl.t prict . :ft tIl1 :
No use to tlk Slihe':, tt! vo otr 1 n a l:i
Tho Old liable [i 1T i,1,'AX i mi'. \ : ..
rs8 ou will Ieve' htV" al olit r.
All the latest slyli :ts ul (olo(rs, \ortst
Flannuelt for witists, inl fm-"t ('1r t\thing inl II
1'rin nitn to match, Oulin'.t from :, Io 1
madtco :+kirls, W -'tists, .1telo+ts, (';1pes1 ,Inm irio
d ]'ersewys (otott tand w\ool('t l'a11ueh.. :ti,
IHardwatiro of (tver) des'NUriptfion. St v (
W -hinglo i\IiiI Supptllie",: ar m liih, St
RtugR, (inns---sinlgleand( (Itl;bl(, barlrel,
with prio1tr- right.
See our "1-'r :I., :, ' I . 5, .,".:t5 a l 9
(- Your 1
s. Fcf N 431 G
Clothinug Shiotts lid ts andi (ens'
on-. ONE-PRICE C.
a Your Moneys wo
Kni'oseneo oil it 15) cent s por' gall1
20 cenits per1 gillonit. Como 111nd (ixal
hist t'or a dollar 1. A few giill giger-'A forl 1
oar 1.2 lbs gr'een cult'ee, $1 .00
10 lba parched coffer', 1 00
10c packaige of Arm &
A z.ico nlow lini'. o)f manOl'o suitsj at
ra onehorse town- T tr y to makl e tic
ta howat o uygoods no d no(t the
igodaliz,e of shoos asI is genera'llly tJc
b)y that nelver~L fails to mo1v0 them0.
Mr. 1F. A.. LOwis is no0w chief sal
glaid toj sco his old friends. h"-' *. - ,
*tDo you liko coffeec? Well if yo
ok. of the bost roasted cofeo at 8lh., for
gr'een coffke on the mark et,
If you over indulgo in smokibng
ly bocts. And if you want a cheaper
Perhiaps you camo away from ho
er course you don't want to drive homuf
O'need not do it for you 'can) got any th
Op The best flour on the miarket for
) ellow undersell ua on flour.
P 1lenty of knives for gho boya, a1
W1Y~Xe have sozpe ba~g~;
rerything the Bestt
wast tame looking for thone h
aii enormos stock of the very ba
bigll at the right pricy. Wo do I
ing, ShoR't, 11nt$, Gient 'urn 4
llat' :u<llt best ! etel :;tr1k over brdtig s
I+t b:1'iti 1:;s y'ott wil eo whe yL
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.raudu in prh-t";e from n ,2.:M to ,1J8.00
1n 82'.00 t I7.t)0, alt.' chi:1ldtrltli rUit
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500) sh1ireI for* 350u
laiunmer soda, 5ue.
Lhe towesot pidces over ieffered ~
pie) of my goode suitt the peoplj
A Who Want to) s')I go00it),
3Elman at may Storet and isalay'
ll do, como olnd ~
$100. The be~
end) a nd geit theb T"
cigar call for \
mo an)d forg'
w ~ithout yo a ~s
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